#88-1351Burma Shave Billboard
Burma-Shave was introduced in 1925 by the
Burma-Vita company. Burma-Shave became
well known for their roadside signs. The signs
originated in 1925, and remained a major
advertising component until 1963. Typically, six
consecutive small signs would be posted along
the edge of highways, spaced for sequential
reading by passing motorists. The last sign was
almost always the name of the product.
Size: 3.5" Tall x 4.7” Wide
The lights flash and fade on off and on like real Neon Billboards.
Complete with DTN base, no assembly required.
A/C adaptable, by using Lemax Power Adaptor 74706
Battery operated, animated neon billboard
signs have these great benefits;
ready-to-run, paper-thin, produce no heat, and have
realism second-to-none. All signs require
3 AA batteries. Signs draw 95 ma.